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Does anyone know where I can find details of the TSM database architecture (for v5.5)? Interested more in the processes, the architecture and specially all the buffers. Most of the documentation on the net just gives an overview of the database.

Thanks in advance for your time.
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This article might be of interest to you -
http://www.vldb.org/conf/1995/P597.PDF
 
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OK, next to the historical article above, here is a very interesting paper from TSM development about TSM server internals, providing among other things a neat bunch of database details.

I'll append it, as I don't know whether it can be found somewhere out there.

wmp


Cannon.ServerInternals.pdf
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